Bishop Vesey’s Grammar School was founded in 1527 by John Harman (otherwise Vesey) a native of Sutton Coldfield. In the 21st century the School continued to grow in size, with over 900 students, almost one hundred full- or part-time members of the teaching and non-teaching staff and a budget of over £4 million.
Norwich School is a co-educational, independent day school for pupils aged seven to eighteen. Set in the Cathedral Close, Norwich School is a traditional, yet lively place where boys and girls enjoy a rounded and stimulating education.
Solihull School has been in continuous existence since 1560
There is something for everyone at Solihull. Sport, music and drama are all strong and there are many more activities to keep pupils busy
Oundle is fortunate to be located in a beautiful market town in the heart of England. The School’s origins lie in Sir William Laxton’s endowment to the Worshipful Company of Grocers to re-establish a school in Oundle in 1556
Cowbridge Comprehensive School is a secondary school in the town of Cowbridge, Vale of Glamorgan, near Cardiff, Wales.
The school has approximately 1,300 pupils, 1,000 of whom are in the secondary years and 300 in the sixth-form years studying for Welsh Baccalaureate, AS-Level and A-Levels.
established in 1974 (Original Grammar School 1608 and Girls High School 1896)
Charterhouse is one of England's top collegiateindependent boarding school situated in Surrey. Charterhouse have a join claim to having founded the Association Football in the 1840's.
Mill Hill School was founded in 1807 as a Non-Conformist Grammar School. Originally a boarding school for boys, it now offers education to boys and girls.The School is home to the London Golf Academy.